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Woodbury Magazine August 2004

In August 2004, the first issue of Woodbury Magazine arrived in local homes.

Phipps Inn, a Queen Anne Victorian bed and breakfast in Hudson, Wis.

Ah Minnesota summers. It’s what we live for. We know better than most how to maximize the narrow window of summer—hiking, boating, fresh fruit picking—the bevy of activities goes on. Right in our backyard is the St.

There is a renewed spark of interest in the railroad among Minnesotans, with the expanding light-rail line and President Barack Obama’s February speech at the restored St. Paul Union Depot.

Photographers Kirk Duit and Laurie Pease Johnson of Kirk Portrait Designs in Woodbury offer their time and talent as official photographers for Tribute to

Last fall, Bella Bridal Boutique unveiled the fruits of their recent remodel: lively paint colors, a custom-made front desk, updated fitting rooms, a newly-added waiting area, and fresh fabrics and upholstery.

 Belles clothing founder Kirsten Elles wears a Dayrunner dress; Lisa Hein, center, and Anne Lynch model other Belles looks.

Did you just come from the gym? These are words you are unlikely to hear if you are wearing Belles, a new clothing line of stylish must-haves for women who go from exercise to errands.

The chamber ambassadors hosted an April 3 ribbon-cutting at Magical Minds Childcare and Learning Center.

When Magical Minds Childcare and Learning Center opened this spring in Woodbury, Matt Johnson was there to officially welcome the center to town, with
an oversized scissors and a shiny green ribbon. Johnson is one of 30 Chamber of

Bob McEnaney has logged many miles on the seat of his bike. He did his first triathlon after graduating from college in 1981, and hasn’t looked back. But this month, McEnaney will tackle the toughest endurance event of his career.

Michael and Amy Lindahl spend some time with some local children as they help deliver fresh water with Healing Haiti.

In 2008, Michael Lindahl kissed his wife and six kids goodbye and boarded a plane to Haiti. The Woodbury dentist was traveling to Titanyen, a rural hillside town about 25 minutes outside of Port-au-Prince, with his friend and fellow Bible study member, Jeff Gacek.

Heidi Martin’s parents both worked retail. “Retail is in my blood,” she says.
So it should come as no surprise that Martin is the proud owner of Sisu, a new
boutique in Eagle Valley Marketplace.